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Our Mission

The School of Social Work strives to create an anti-racist, anti-oppressive, and liberatory learning community. We prepare leaders who demonstrate excellence in practice, research, advocacy, and community engagement across local and global settings.

Instructor MArie Villescas Zamzow addresses the class, with a white board and notes to her left.

Our Core Values and Principles

Learn more about how our core values and philosophy inform our work.

Employee Committee Assignments and Organizational Chart

The employees of the School of Social work serve on committees that advance initiatives to help continually improve learning outcomes for students and the experiences of school employees. Explore the school’s structure in the organizational chart, the members of each committee, and how committees serve the school.

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Our Commitment Diversity

The School of Social Work’s Committee for Social Justice promotes social justice and social change by engaging scholarship, teaching, and community service that seek to understand, celebrate, and embrace diversity.

diversity and human rights committee 2018-19

Get Involved Student Organizations

Our student clubs and groups are a great way to meet new friends, make a difference in the community, and find professional development experiences.

Students in a classroom

School of Social Work News

Read about all the great things happening in the School of Social Work.

Council on Social Work Education

All Council on Social Work Education accredited programs measure and report student learning outcomes. Students are assessed on their mastery of the competencies which comprise the accreditation standards of the Council on Social Work Education. These competencies are dimensions of social work practice which all social workers are expected to master during their professional training. Click the link below to learn more and view our CSWE competencies.